Summary: It was very challenging wich i like and very long.Great weapons if u know how to find them(he he).Once you get past half way it becomes ALOT better but very hard.the controls are good (just like CoD).The story line is AWSOME(u are a fire warrior in training and u must save ur race on a planet) The animation is very sweet for its time but are a lil' outdated today.21 missions that take a very long time to complete(trust me i beat halo on hard in 10 hours).You dont hear...
Summary: Putting occasional and minimal strength language and "after effects" in defeating an enemy, I personally hold this game higher than those who have found the Halo series their home. With an excellent story, horrific plot twists and bosses that would make a space marine cry, this game truely gives a more hands on experience of what Warhammer 40k could really offer someone. I recommend this game to anyone who calls warhammer cool, because this is just plain awesome!
Summary: I got this game as a gift and really enjoyed it, at least the first half or so. It's got some really good voice acting and a compelling plot, assuming you have some idea what Warhammer is about. In terms of game play, it is very much like a poor man's Halo. The graphics are serviceable, if a tad weak. The game play is fast paced in the beginning, but slows down later on when you fight one or two strong enemies instead of waves of weaker ones.
Summary: When I turned this on I was a little bit disapointted in the first few missions but later on it gets far more exciting. The weapon types are interesting and the sounds are great. I would reccomend this to anyone who plays warhammer 40,000. (Which is a table-top game). Ufortunately it is ruined by the first few missions you play. By the Way the last person to review doesen't know what he's talking about cause the enemies on the first 33 levels are space marines.
Summary: Warhammer Fire Warrior is just worth a rental. Just like many fps shooter out there, the replay value is not very long, unless you play through the whole campaign on a harder setting. Well in contrast there isn't any replay value what so ever. I was given the game from my friend because he was selling his Playstation 2. I was somewhat excited because it Warhammer, but i knew that it would never be halo.
Summary: I love Warhammer and have been collecting an army for 4 years, so when this came out I knew I had to buy it. The combat is pretty cool, and there is a lot of shooting and grenade throwing. I have to admit the AI isn't all that smart, but they make up for it with LOTS of soldiers. You have a few allies sometimes, but they usually die within a few minutes and I always like having a few guys tag along with me.
Summary: First of all, aaargh, this game is just plain boring. Im lucky i only rented it because if i bought it would have been a complete waste of money. The graphics aren't good, the fun you get out of it is extremely limited, and it will do you more good spending your money on a stupid cuddly toy. Personally, i would buy Dawn of War instead.